The To Do List
Click on the title for more information about each exhibition, and click on the name of each institution for information about what to expect while visiting. Staff Picks are marked with an asterisk (*).
*State of the Art 2020 / through November 2
Phyllis Galembo: Maske / through September 20
Allan McCollum: Works since 1969 / through January 17
In Celebration of the Fire Next Time: Steve Schapiro / through September 19
Madora Frey: Stargaze curated by Cynthia Farnell / September 24 through November 13
She is Here: Retrospective Group Show / through January 31
Summer and All That Jazz / through September 19
Picture the Dream: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement through Children’s Books / through November 8
The Reading Room / through September 18
*William Downs: Drawings of Wildness and Silence… / through October 31
Tony Cokes: Five Weeks / through October 2
Hurricane Katrina and Its Aftermath in the Art of Rolland Golden / through October 18
Sarah Cameron Sunde: 36.5 / A Durational Performance with the Sea / September 19 through January 17
TechSpace: Second Nature / through January 1
Forever Yesterday / September 17 through October 16
Alia Ali: FLUX / through November 15
The F Word: We Mean Female! / through January 10
*Breathless: A Group Show / through September 26
Transitional States & Future Ruins / through September 30
Native Voices, 1950s to Now: Art for a New Understanding / through September 27
Years of Magical Thinking / through October 10
Assembly / through October 17
Luther Hampton / through December
*Primordial Emanations curated by Mahari Chabwera / through October 4
Commonwealth / through January 17
Online Tours, Virtual Exhibitions, and Videos
Aperture is pleased to present a month of virtual programming with photographers, historians, and writers who will discuss the historical relationships between and new perspectives on photography and Native representation. This talk series is set to accompany the fall issue of Aperture Magazine, “Native America,” and is guest edited by the artist Wendy Red Star.
ICA Miami hosts a series of Digital Commissions, expanding the museum’s commitment to fostering artistic experimentation and commissioning new works, as well as engaging audiences with innovative artistic voices.
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art offers virtual tours weekly through current exhibitions and in depth discussions on pieces from the collection.
Question Everything! The Women of Black Mountain College at the Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center can be viewed digitally and has been extended through August 15 at the museum.
The Frist Art Museum presents We Count: First Time Voters online in honor of the hundredth anniversary of women’s suffrage.
Light in the Attic presents collection of podcasts, videos, interviews, and images from the archives of Nasher Art Museum at Duke University.
The SCAD Museum of Art and SCAD Museum of Fashion + Film host a variety of virtual resources for the exhibitions currently on view: Adrian-Alaïa: Masters of Cut; Derrick Adams: Patrick Kelly: The Journey; Shoplifter: Chromo Zone; Raúl de Nieves: Reemerge the zero begins your life, eternal is your light; Kenturah Davis: Everything that cannot be known.
The Birmingham Museum of Art has created a series of videos with curators and directors discussing various pieces in the collection, along with art making activities.
The Georgia Museum of Art uploads tours, museum insights, and more, every week.
The LSU Museum of Art uploads virtual tours, conversations, and more resources every week.
The New Orleans Museum of Art is exploring a different theme from its collection each week.
Marcia Wood Gallery hosts an archive of its “Postcards from a Pandemic: An IGTV Series.”
The Julia Stoschek Collection hosts a variety of significant works of video art.